Meet the Team
Meet the Team Leading the Effort to Propose a Fiscal Responsibility Amendment through the State-led Convention Process.
David Biddulph is a co-founder of the Let U.S. Vote for a Fiscal Responsibility Amendment Campaign. He is a semi-retired entrepreneur and citizen activist who has been a leader since 1992 in empowering citizens to vote for state and national constitutional amendments.
David M. Walker
David M. Walker is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in government transformation and fiscal responsibility. He has over 40 years of executive level experience, including serving as the Comptroller General of the United States and CEO of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) from 1998-2008.
For several years, Tom Llewellyn has focused on getting Article V Fiscal Responsibility Amendment resolutions passed in states across the country. Tom was the leading citizen advocate in Michigan when Senator Mike Green and Representative Ray Franz passed the BBA resolution in 2014.
Dr. Barry Poulson
Barry W. Poulson is Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado. He has been a Visiting Professor at several Universities including, Universidad Autonomo De Guadalajara, Mexico; University of North Carolina; Cambridge University; Konan University, Kobe Japan; and Universidad Carlos Tercera, Madrid, Spain.
Mae James joined the national campaign to advance a federal fiscal responsibility in 2017. In 2018, she became the Director of Communications for the campaign and in 2019, its Executive Director. In these roles, Mae has enjoyed opportunities to learn from leading experts on fiscal rules, politics and the Constitution. She feels privileged to have a platform from which to advocate for federal fiscal responsibility, with both citizens and legislators from across the country.
Legislative Coordinator for the States
Mr. Guyer has served as a legislative aide on Capitol Hill. He holds two Master’s degrees, and has as a deep interest in protecting our nation from a fiscal crisis that would affect all Americans.